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  1. I like the quote about beauty and stupidity, but don't quite agree! Sometimes what is taken as stupidity is merely ignorance, and with great teachers like the GreyWizard around, stupidity mislabeled can be transitory as well! Thanks again! And I added you as a fiend, hope that is okay with you.

  2. Hi everyone! I am a 50 year old Anglo-Celtic Native American currently residing in San Diego. I have been in the chaplaincy field for a number of years, working with the disenfranchised with a ministry that deals primarily with homeless alcoholics and addicts. It has been a challenging field to say the least, but one, that is oh so rewarding at times. Happy upcoming Holidays!

  3. See, GreyWizard, I am not very knowledgeable about all that, but thank the higher powers that I had a Wizard to watch out for me ! Thank you so much. I was referring to the help file that the connection WIZARD referred me to on the BitComet homesite. But that Wizard wasn't as helpful as a real live Wizard...

    http://wiki.bitcomet.com/BitComet_Options#Network_Wizard

  4. Unfortunately, all this listen port and routers and all that is a bit beyond me. I followed the guide and put all of the suggested numbers in the appropriate places, and yes I checked it at least twice, to SEE WHO WAS BEING NAUGHTY OR NICE..LOL. Will some knowledgeable person take pity on me and give me a step by step that is not too difficult to follow...? At one point I was getting a yellow light and now a Grey. When I got the yellow it said that the listening port was being blocked, but when I checked the firewall exceptions, all of the required BitComet exceptions were there , as far as I could tell. Here is the message it gave me when the yellow light was on: 173.126.x.x:21317 blocked I use a Sierra Wireless broadband modem card from Sprint and I know that it has its own firewall. I need some expertise, as I am at a loss, my friends. Any assistance will be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance. Stephen aka complearning123 Not a very good idea to give your IP to everyone who visits this site.
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